Five Ways to Use Coral in Your Design

Written by creatingyourspace on . Posted in Colors

With Pantone’s recent announcement of 2019’s Color of The Year, what better time than now to focus on how to incorporate coral into your home’s design. Coral is a warm and summery shade that instantly brightens a room, and though often viewed as a seasonal shade, when used correctly, it can complement your home’s design scheme. If you ready to do something unique with your decor, we are going to show you five simple ways you can use this hue in your interior. Let’s take a look!

Window Treatments 

What better way to add a warm touch to a bedroom than with coral colored drapes? You can even select coral window treatments with a decorative pattern for a chic look.

Walls 

You may have never imagined using such a bold color on your walls, but when you balance it out with complementary colors and the right shade of white, you can pull off coral walls without it feeling overwhelmed by the shade. But if you are not ready to paint the entire room Coral, you can try creating a coral-inspired accent wall. Incorporate a few accessories or pieces of furniture in the color to harmonize the look further.

Child’s Bedroom 

Of course, a little girl’s Bedroom is not complete without touches of pink. Try something different by incorporating Coral as the main color. You can even feature a large Coral colored dresser or headboard for a real “pop.” You can also include accents of coral in the bedding, lampshades and other accessories to complete the look.

The Bathroom  

If you are giving your bathroom a makeover, consider adding coral to the design scheme in a bold way. Drenching the exterior of your bathtub in dark pink will definitely make a bold statement and add some old world charm. Use other soft colors like orchid and a muted yellow to complement your coral colored bathtub.

Unexpected Accent 

In a room full of neutrals or a space that uses a specific color scheme, adding a pop of coral in as an accent will make this beautiful color stand out from the rest of the decor. For example, you could use coral draperies that feature bold geometric patterns to accent your room’s focal point: the window.

If you have yet to read about Pantone’s 2019 Color of The Year: Living Coral, we encourage you to do so. Living Coral has many design benefits, and it is said to be the most popular color in the industry this year.

What are your thoughts on Coral? Do you love it or hate it? We want to hear your thoughts below in the comment section.

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